You may have heard some rumors that Google is in a process to develop a secret Group Messaging project called Disco. Apparently, Disco is a free app that was developed by Slide, which was bought by Google last year for around $ 182 million and is currently operating independently with the search giant Google. So Disco is a new iPhone app by Google with no Android version so far- good news for iPhone users.
At the time of the acquisition, Google said it was planning to work with the Slide team “to develop open, transparent and interesting (and fun!) Ways to allow our users to take full advantage of how technology can bring them closer to friends and family and provide useful information just for them.”
The app works well rather it still lacks some pretty basic features. Group messaging is also one of the hot areas of the moment. The user can create as many text messaging groups as they like to send messages and the most beautiful aspect of the app is it’s free of charge. The Disco App is familiar much with Convore. Or textPlus. Or the herd of group-messaging apps we saw at SXSW. The App will be of more interest to people especially those who are looking for a non-Facebook associated option.
Google’s app Disco is available without any charge, for more details you can visit official site of Disco App. If the App is successful, Google will not have to go shopping for a group messaging app. So let’s wait and see what happens in the end with this new Google App and how it competes with other existing group messaging systems